Sexual Medicine Society of North America, Inc.

Cancer Survivorship and Sexual Health Symposium

Featured Keynote Lecture

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Captain Mark Kelly
Commander of Space Shuttle Endeavour’s Final Mission

space shuttle 2127086 1920NASA space mission commander and American hero Captain Mark Kelly demonstrates how focus, dedication and persistence can help you tap into your potential to succeed in any competitive setting.

With an extraordinary career of service to our military, our nation and humanity, Mark has secured his place in history as a role model, modern-day pioneer, and leader of distinction. Together with his identical twin brother, Scott, he has laid the groundwork for the future of space exploration as the subjects of an unprecedented NASA study on how space affects the human body. Currently, Mark is on the Commercial Crew Safety Board at Space X—and is the only person at Space X who has commanded a space mission—and is co-founder of World View, a full-service commercial space launch provider.

Mark captivates audiences with lessons learned from his extensive travels and experiences in the Navy, outer space and on the ground. From leading teams in some of the most dynamic environments imaginable, to the thrill of spaceflight, and the recovery and resilience of his wife Gabrielle Giffords, he reveals the foundations for success so you can accomplish your mission in life and work.

 

 

 Preliminary Topics

  • Cancer Survivorship Care Plans: Do They Inform on Patient’s Sexual Health?
  • ASCO Guidelines: Interventions to Address Sexual Problems in People with Cancer
  • Sexual Health First Responders: Evaluating and Managing Sexual Complaints in Breast Cancer Survivors
  • Sexual and Urinary Health Function Outcomes in Male Cancer Survivors: Role of GU Prosthetics
  • Case Based Presentations of Male Cancer Survivors: Role of the Prosthetic Surgeon
  • Psychologic Assessment and Counselling
  • Adolescents and Young Adult Cancer Survivors: Lifelong Sexual Health Needs
  • The Survivor, The Partner, The Couple: Survivor Perspectives on Cancer and Intimacy
  • What Can Cancer Teach Us About Sex: Erections, Beautiful Vaginas and the Quest for Connection
  • Curing the Cancer but Causing Gonadal Insufficiency
  • Lost Income and Productivity Among Cancer Survivors
  • Fertility Preservation and Counselling

Fees - one day registration

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Early fee
before October 1, 2018

Advance fee
before November 1, 2018

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on or after November 1, 2018

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Non-member (MD)

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SMSNA member (PhD/other)

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FUS member (MD)

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FUS member (PhD/other)

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RN/NP/PA member 

$90.00

$140.00

$165.00

RN/NP/PA non-member

$190.00

$240.00

$265.00

MSW or equivalent member

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$165.00

MSW or equivalent non-member

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$265.00

Resident*/Student**/Fellow* member

$50.00

$100.00

$125.00

Resident*/Student**/Fellow* non-member

$100.00

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